Motor Cognition: “The figure is not intended to represent frameworks put forth by various theories (embodied cognition) and neurophysiological (mirror neurons) accounts of motor cognition.” https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/journal-of-the-international-neuropsychological-society/article/introduction-to-the-jins-special-issue-motor-cognition/260357AFA4844F0E46A6E92862887904/core-reader

Motor Cognition:
“The figure is not intended to represent frameworks put forth by various theories (embodied cognition) and neurophysiological (mirror neurons) accounts of motor cognition.”
 
https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/journal-of-the-international-neuropsychological-society/article/introduction-to-the-jins-special-issue-motor-cognition/260357AFA4844F0E46A6E92862887904/core-reader
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“Prediction of external events with our motor system: towards a new framework”
Ricarda I. Schubotz
 
I may quibble with details but it’s definitely in my way of thinking quite a bit. To account for congenital deaf capabilities that would otherwise require hearing in this model, neural plasticity tying into the brain-level mechanisms instead of standard equipment could easily be added to this – and perhaps someone has if i look at the references. Anyway, I like it. Motor Cognition may not explain all predictions but I think an awful lot can be tied into it as primitives.
 
http://wexler.free.fr/library/files/schubotz%20(2007)%20prediction%20of%20external%20events%20with%20our%20motor%20system.%20towards%20a%20new%20framework.pdf
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